Noida News: Bigg Boss winner and famous YouTuber Elvish Yadav’s troubles seem to be increasing. Noida Police has interrogated Elvish Yadav for about 3 hours in the matter of supplying snake venom in the rave party last night. It is being claimed that soon Elvish Yadav may be interrogated along with the arrested accused for which he may be called to the police station again. Let us tell you that yesterday itself Noida Police had issued a notice for the interrogation of Elvish Yadav, after which the news of his interrogation also came to light late in the night.
face to face with the accused
Noida Police has questioned Elvish Yadav in the case of supplying snake venom at the rave party last night. Under this, many questions have been asked to Elvish in this matter. It is being claimed that the police can interrogate Elvish by making him sit in front of them only after getting the remand of the arrested accused Rahul and others. Let us inform that the administration has registered an FIR against Elvish Yadav along with other accused on the complaint of MP Maneka Gandhi’s NGO (PFA).
This is the whole matter
These days, Elvish Yadav has become a popular face on social media. In fact, recently he was accused of supplying snake venom in rave parties. The administration has taken cognizance of this matter and registered an FIR and has also arrested 5 accused. The accused arrested by the administration include the names of Narayan, Ravinath, Titunath, Rahul and Jaikaran.
Elvish Yadav’s side
Elvish Yadav had presented his side after the FIR was registered in the case of supplying snake venom in the rave party. He had clarified that he had no involvement in any such act. All the allegations being made against him are false. He had also said that he will fully cooperate with the UP Police in this matter.
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